Provincial Skills Canada Competition Volunteer Opportunities
Provincial Technical Committee
Each year we host the Regional and Provincial Skills Canada Competitions with the support of hundreds of volunteers. These volunteers serve a critical role in the execution of our programs; from setting-up the event, to registering competitors, to being a part of a specialized technical committee that plans everything from projects and judging, to sourcing equipment, and more.
Provincial Skills Canada Competition Judges
Skills Canada will be hosting its 31st Provincial Skills Canada Competition (PSCC), and we are looking for passionate trades professionals to help with judging our skilled competition areas. To be a PSCC judge, you must have education and/or experience in the field of the event you are judging.
Provincial Skills Canada Competition Try-A-Trade® Volunteer
Students will be trying their hand at various trades from the fine art of baking, the precision of cabinet making, the creativity of photography and the thrill of welding. Try-A-Trade® volunteers will assist touring students by showing them the safe use of certain materials, hand tools, power tools, or equipment, as they create their predetermined activity.
There are various general support volunteer roles at the 2023 Provincial Skills Canada Competition.
Regional Skills Canada Competition
With hosting one combined regional event, we are planning to create a collective regional committee group (Regional Committee Collective) for each contest area (vs. the usual individual regional committees). This is to help spread the hosting (orientation, safety, competition monitoring, etc.) and judging requirements for regions that may not be able to offer as much faculty support this year.
Girls Exploring Trades & Technologies Gathering
Help girls GETT ideas, GETT information, and GETT inspired about career exploration! We are looking for energetic Industry Influencers to share their experience, knowledge and enthusiasm for their career journey.
National and International Opportunities
Skills Canada and the WorldSkills International Competition brings together over 1000 competitors from across the country and the globe to raise the status and standards of vocational skills and training nationally and internationally. Hundreds of volunteers take part in the setting-up the event, to registering competitors, to being a part of a specialized technical committee that plans everything from projects and judging, to sourcing equipment, and more.
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